The ITF World Tennis Tour - Junior is comprised of the best international junior tournaments staged by its member nations worldwide. The ITF World Tennis Tour - Junior provides a circuit of junior tournaments around the world.  In order to get started a player needs and ITF IPIN number to enter.  Please click on the link to find a list of the 2020 calendar at 

Eligibility Requirements

In order to be eligible to compete the player must be:

  • Born between Jan. 1, 2002 and Dec. 31, 2007, for 2020 events. Players must have reached their 13th birthday prior to the start of the event(s)

  • An USTA members in good standing with the USTA and its Sections

  • Eligible to play under the ITF Code of Conduct

  • A U.S. Passport Holder

  • Able to demonstrate the highest level of sportsmanship on and off the court. All players are subject to the ITF and USTA Code of Conduct

Players should:

ITF Basic Entry and Withdrawal Information

  Players must obtain an IPIN and register for the tournament(s) in which they would like to compete through their IPIN account:

  • Entries for all ITF Junior Tournaments (Grade 1-5) will close at 14:00 GMT (London, U.K.) 27 days prior to Monday of the tournament week.

  • Entries for all Grade A events will close at 14:00 GMT either 34 or 41 days prior to Monday of the tournament week.

  • The withdrawal deadline for all ITF Junior tournaments will be 14:00 GMT 13 days prior to the Monday of the tournament week (players will be able to withdraw without penalty until that time).

  • The freeze deadline for all ITF Junior Circuit tournaments will be 14:00 GMT on Wednesday, or five days prior to the Monday of the tournament week. From that time, players who are on the qualifying list will no longer move into the main draw and players who are alternates will no longer move into qualifying. Vacancies will be filled onsite by signed-in alternates (qualifying) and lucky losers (for main draw).

  • Under this system the players have all of the responsibility for entering and withdrawing from events. Players must be aware of deadlines in order to avoid penalties.

Contact Information

Players who have questions about the ITF Tournaments, players who have a green card or hold a passport/citizenship from a country other than the United States should contact the USTA Player Services department. Please reach out to:

Karina Klein

Manager, Coach and Player Services

USTA Player Development